I think they'll converge a bit anyways. Ferrari looking for more DF and RB for a bit of drag reduction.bill shoe wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 5:07 pmFerrari dominate the straights, and RB dominate the tight stuff. Why don't Ferrari and RB join forces next year with a joint program of Ferrari engines and RB chassis? They would dominate Merc, and Ferrari and RB would each have a 50% chance of winning the championship. That's clearly better odds than they have now.
What I’m interested in now is this same illustration for Q3. I’m curious if that usual outacceleration of the Ferraris is still there. If yes, it’ll again be a hard task finding out, if Ferrari lost anything. Because their acceleration has been what differentiated them from others.MtthsMlw wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 12:47 pmI think they'll stick with it, tyre deg was quite high and they lost a lot in the corners already.
If it is true, then you will know that RBR has also had parts of their pu seized too. Both teams that are outperforming Merc at present.................
So if they are indeed investigating I would assume the thought is the parts have been changed in some way. Or why else would they seize parts that they themselves already approved?
Teams always divulge information to the FIA. The FIA wouldn't have a reasonable basis for seizing any team's car, ever, nah. The FIA completely trusts the teams to divulge the finer details of their cars thereby leaving them without a doubt in their minds with regards to the legality of this or that system.